A comprehensive account of India's sanitation problem and a compelling case for CLTS by Nipun Vinayak.
WASH newsletter produced by UNICEF Zambia and the Ministry of Local Government and Housing, featuring articles on the AfricaSan 4 preparatory meeting, ODF Verification in Chiefdoms, a CLTS triggering in Chongwe district and an interview with a CLTS champion.
WASH newsletter produced by UNICEF Zambia and the Ministry of Local Government and Housing, featuring articles on Sanitation Marketing in Zambia, the District Total Sanitation Plan, a case study on Oyera village and an interview with a CLTS champion.
Report on progress with CLTS in the North Bank Region of The Gambia, with details of ODF celebrations and the latest numbers.
CLTS in Malawi has traditionally been implemented through local Health Centre extension agents and supported by resourcing provided by donor partners. With the goal of a 100% Open Defecation Free Malawi by 2015 and the current percentage of ODF villages verified at 4.3%, there is immediate need for more efficient delivery of CLTS. The inability to monitor and verify progress towards ODF presents a critical barrier that jeopardizes the attainability of ODF targets.
Leaflet that outlines Malawi’s Strategy for Becoming Open Defecation Free (ODF) by 2015.
In order to support the scaling up of national sanitation and hygiene activities, Zambia's Ministry of Local Government and Housing (MLGH) has issued national guidelines for verification and cerification of ODF communities.
Read the MLGH's letter to the districts regarding these guidelines